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Golden Eboni lights up Gold CoastGolden Eboni lights up the Gold Coast

She won gold at the Commonwealth Games, is one of England’s brightest netball talents, juggles her sport with life as a trainee solicitor – and is also a Rotary member.

Editor Dave King meets the enigmatic Eboni Beckford-Chambers.


Chris Tarrant - I thought I was going to die

Chris Tarrant: I thought I was going to die from a stroke

Flying in the middle of the night on a plane from Bangkok, bound for Heathrow, Chris Tarrant thought he was going to die.

Heading back to London on the 14-hour flight after three weeks filming in South America and Asia, the TV star realised what he had initially thought was cramp was turning into a fully flung stroke.


Aquabox - life-changing and life-savingAquabox: Life-changing and life-saving

It looks an unremarkable industrial unit situated just outside Matlock, but the work that goes on there is both life-changing and life-saving.

This is the headquarters of Aquabox, a Rotary-inspired charity which, for 26 years, has sent more than 110,000 humanitarian aid boxes to disaster zones around the world.


New-style Rotary Clubs making a difference

New-style Rotary clubs making a difference

Sunday morning, and upstairs at a coffee shop, a bustling group of people arrive, some carrying babies while others are accompanied by small children wearing t-shirts saying “Future Rotarians at Work” – the fortnightly get-together of Maidenhead Bridge Rotary is about to begin.

Eve Conway reports on the whole host of flexible and vibrant Rotary clubs springing up around the country.


The chilling impact of modern slaveryThe chilling impact of modern slavery

43 million people are thought to be in slavery across the world, with the number of victims in the UK reported to have increased by 300% in the past six years.

Now, the Association of Chief Police Officers’ national lead on modern slavery urged Rotary to join the fight against it.


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